Steve Collins received a BSc in Theoretical Physics from the University of York in 1982 and a PhD in Theoretical Physics from the University of Warwick in 1986. He was then employed as a government research scientist, working on semiconductor device physics and analogue circuit design.
In November 1997, Steve moved to the Department of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford, where he continued his work on wide dynamic range CMOS cameras.
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The current focus of his research interests is the development of these two technologies and their application to visible light communications, instruments for chemical analysis and contamination detection.
Super Receivers for Visible Light Communications (EP/R00689X/1)
I am open to supporting DPhil students with an interest in: